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Course posters for this series of courses intended for use on social media.
Case determined the style of the course as shown here, as well as implemented it through video editing, illustration, animation, and directing one of the lessons in this course.
Case determined the style of the course as shown here, as well as implemented it through video post production and illustration. He also oversaw the team of designers and illustrators helping him create this course, while ensuring quality standards.
Photocollage background for lesson 1 of Paleontology: Theropod Dinosaurs and the Origins of Birds.
A few select bird illustrations from Paleontology: Theropod Dinosaurs and the Origins of Birds.
A few select creature illustrations used in Paleontology: Theropod Dinosaurs and the Origins of Birds and Paleontology: Early Vertebrate Evolution.
"Joke Movie Posters" for the three newer UAlberta paleontology courses.
Allosaur Hand Puzzle from Paleontology: Theropod Dinosaurs and the Origins of Birds. Bone pieces created by Case. Background and layout also planned by Case.
Dino 101 - This dinosaur skeleton was created for an interactive puzzle. Each set of bones is drawn separately, so that the student and learn how to arrange the parts. There are ten bone groupings in this skeleton.
Dino 101 - Illustrated t-rex bones created in collaboration with Laila Steen. There are 11 bone sets in this illustration. About half of which were drawn by Case, and the other half by Laila Steen.
Dino 101 - These are animal skulls illustrated for backgrounds of course videos. A mountain lion skull, harbor seal skull, and wolf skull are shown here.
Dino 101 - These skulls are illustrated for quiz videos. The drawings for quiz videos tend to be drawn more loosely, as a number of quiz videos show these drawing being completed. During the first release of Dino 101, half the quizes were drawn, video recorded, and edited by Case.
Dino 101 - Quiz illustrations.
Dino 101 - Quiz illustrations.
Logo graphic for Dino 101. The final logo (with type) was created using this icon by Karen Chow (not shown).
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Paleontology Video Courses

Case worked on three paleontology courses: Dino 101, Paleontology Theropod Dinosaurs and the Origin of Birds, and Paleontology Early Vertebrate Evolution.

Dino 101 was the first University of Alberta MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). Case and Laila Steen worked together as production designers, illustrating, filming, and editing quiz videos. We also created background illustrations for lecture videos and interactive modules. Case also involved in the creation of the Dino 101 logo, and cleaning up 3D scans of fossils.

While working for Onlea, Case was the lead designer on two other paleontology courses. This included art direction, video post-production, audio editing, illustration, animation, music selection, and creation of the course trailers. A larger design team was involved in the creation of Early Vertebrate Evolution, and Case also managed the work flow of those involved and ensured that the course was consistent and met quality standards.

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Case Krawcewicz
Graphic Designer at Willowglen Systems Edmonton, Canada